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Ringing in new adventures for the new year, Emirates is launching its much-awaited global sale to inspire and encourage travellers to explore new destinations and revisit their favourite cities. 
For a limited time, globalistas can say “hello” to new adventures in Emirates’ expanding global network with special offers on Business and Economy Class fares. Bookings have to be made between January 5 and 18, 2016, for travel between January 18 and November 30, 2016.
All inclusive Business Class fares from Sri Lanka start at Rs.74,920 to the Far East, Rs.108,155 to the Middle East, Rs.202,462 to Europe and Rs.306,795 to the USA. Economy Class fares start at Rs.33,805 to the Far East, Rs.43,570 to the Middle East, Rs.58,020 to Europe and Rs.93,875 to the USA, the airline said.
“We know that many people have begun thinking about their travel plans and aspirations for 2016, and we are pleased to add a little more inspiration and incentive to help turn those plans and dreams into reality,” said Emirates’ Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer Thierry Antinori.
“Our global destination network across six continents offers something for every traveller and we are now combining that wide range of travel choices with special rates to offer would-be travellers with an even more appealing value proposition.”
Emirates Area Manager for Sri Lanka and Maldives Chandana de Silva added, “Flying with Emirates has never been about price, because our customers recognise that we offer unbeatable value for money. These special fares make the proposition even more attractive. Aside from choice, connectivity and value, travellers from Colombo have the benefit of 34 flights a week westward and eastward and the Emirates experience of industry-leading comforts on board our modern jets and award-winning service from our friendly multi-lingual cabin crew.”
Emirates flies to 140 cities in 80 countries. Adventurous globetrotters can explore the airline’s newest destinations launched in 2015: Bali, Multan, Orlando, Mashhad and Bologna. Emirates will commence flights to Panama City on February 1, 2016, opening the airline’s first gateway destination in Central America. The airline will also expand its services in mainland China with flights to Yinchuan and Zhengzhou from May 3, 2016. Emirates offers excellent on-board service from an international cabin crew who come from 130 nationalities and speak over 60 languages including Sinhala and Tamil.  With lie-flat beds in Business Class, the largest in-seat screens in the world in Economy class at 13.3 inches and more than 2,000 channels of on-demand entertainment on the award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice Digital Widescreen, Emirates provides quality products and value for money. 
Those travelling with children can take advantage of the extensive family offering from priority boarding across all airports to special kid’s meals, dedicated children’s entertainment on ice and exclusive toys and Lonely Planet Kids activity bags on board. The airline’s young and environmentally friendly fleet comprise entirely of wide-body aircraft - largely the popular Boeing 777 and 71 iconic Airbus A380 aircraft currently in service. 

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